When should I make my Hertfordshire accident compensation claim?
Located fairly close to the City of London, Hertfordshire is a popular for commuters who wish to live outside of Greater London. As the county has good public transport links, it can be easy for commuters to get in and out of the City whilst still returning home on a daily basis.
Whilst many of the people who commute to and from the City from Hertfordshire do so every day, if you’ve been hurt in a Hertfordshire accident, you may find that the journey is simply too much. If your Hertfordshire accident has resulted in temporary injuries, such as a fracture or broken bone, you may simply need to take some time off work and refrain from commuting for a number of days or weeks.
However, if the Hertfordshire accident has caused life-changing injuries, you may find that you’re unable to carry on in your current job role and you may be forced to give up work altogether.
When our work or our ability to work is affected by a Hertfordshire accident, it can increase the stress that a claimant and their family are under. In addition to dealing with the physical injuries and the emotional aftermath of the Hertfordshire accident, they are now forced to deal with the financial impact of the incident also.
Whilst many people do receive sick pay from their employers, this doesn’t always reflect their full salary so you could see a dip in your income immediately. If you don’t receive any sick pay from your employer, you may simply by unprepared for the effect that this could have on your financial status.Open Claim Calculator
However, if someone or something else caused your Hertfordshire accident, there may be something you can do to prevent the incident from affecting you financially. If you were to make a successful compensation claim for the Hertfordshire accident, you could also claim back any income that you’ve lost because of the incident.
In addition to receiving compensation for your injuries, you could also recoup the money you’ve lost since you’ve been unable to work. If your job has been affected by an accident or injury that wasn’t your fault, why not contact Accident Advice Helpline now about making a claim for compensation?
Providing the incident occurred within the last three years, there’s a good chance that we will be able to help and you may find that you receive a substantial amount of compensation as a result. To find out more now or to make a claim today, just call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500 or 0333 500 0993 if you’re calling from a mobile phone.
Our hardworking team will even provide free no obligation advice so you won’t get stuck paying costly upfront legal bills if you contact Accident Advice Helpline for assistance with your claim. Call now to get your claim started as soon as possible!